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 UNC students trying to hijack free speech

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randy



Join date : 2009-04-25
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PostSubject: UNC students trying to hijack free speech   Sat Apr 25, 2009 1:10 pm

Group demands UNC drop charges against those who were arrested last week who disrupted Congressman Tom Tancredo and Virgil Goode

Approx 20 people gathered on the steps of South Building Friday afternoon to demand that UNC drop charges against seven protesters and investigate the actions of Department of Public Safety officers during the recent campus demonstrations.
Introducing themselves as members of the newly formed UNC Protesters' Defense Committee, participants in the press conference- most of them appeared to be students...

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The Chapel Hill Herald April 25th edition

All I see is this group is now trying to intimidate Campus Police for doing their job to protect freedom of speech. If this group wants to have a legal and organized speech at UNC, they should do it as we did. I guarantee, not one of us would disrupt there forum.
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March Mellow



Join date : 2009-04-26
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PostSubject: Re: UNC students trying to hijack free speech   Sun Apr 26, 2009 1:56 pm

I have to agree that this is blatant attempt at shutting down free speech, and I am starting to see signs of it everywhere. Watching footage of Tancredo's presentation, it looked more like these psuedo-anarchists feel they can say anything they want at any time, and common manners have been thrown out the window. And in their minds, free speech is only allowable if the speaker agrees with them. This was the way it was in the Soviet regimes, which these brats probably respect.
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PostSubject: Re: UNC students trying to hijack free speech   Sun Apr 26, 2009 2:10 pm

I suggest yall read the This Sundays Edition of the Chapel Hill Herald that's included in the Herald Newspaper. Editor Dan Way a reporter that I know, wrote a article titled "Free Speech, not mob rule" April 26th edition page 2. It's a two full length editorial fills half the entire page
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PostSubject: Re: UNC students trying to hijack free speech   Sun Apr 26, 2009 3:12 pm

Randy, is that article online anywhere that we can put a link up for it? Sounds interesting....

March Mellow, you are sooooo right! I expect to see more and more bright orange Che Guevara t-shirts on campuses as time passes too, probably intermingled with pro-Obama memorabilia.

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